3 Pools

Thursday 13th August 2020

Meeting time: 7:00am

Meeting place: At the "Look-Out", North Coast Road

Estimated duration to Blanchisseuse (driving) : 45 minutes

The rating of this hike is (2) Easy

A very short and delightful trek to a series of emerald green waters in paradise. From the Spring Bridge in Blanchisseuse, we enjoy a short 20-25 minute walk through an abandoned cocoa estate to the popular "Marianne River" that will eventually lead us to the first of the "3" Pools which is the largest. Great swimming here that is great for both swimmers and non-swimmers. There is a natural "water slide" at the head of the pool affording a great opportunity to slide into the large pool.

The second pool which is just beyond the first comes in 2 parts where great bathing is also afforded here for both swimmers and non-swimmers. The size of the pool is also large. We do a bit of rock trekking to get to the second part of the 2nd Pool which is a small pool, but also great for swimming as well. At the head of this pool is a large boulder ideal to jump into the deep pool.

The third pool poses a small challenge where we trek uphill from the second pool along a very narrow trail until we reach to the upper part of the Marianne River and a 5 minute trek upstream will bring us to a very secluded and fantastic pool....away from the crowd, if any at the 2 Pools and swimming here is absolutely gorgeous indeed.

Duration & Cost

6 Hours (From meeting time to conclusion of the hike)

Duration to 3 Pools (one way) : 25 minutes




TTD $60. per person (10 persons minimum)

Payment is to be made at any branch of Republic Bank, Account # 320466690701 in the name of "Nature Trekking in T&T". Once payment is made and a receipt is given, kindly Whats app to 868-740-2860 or email toemile@naturetrektnt.com for confirmation thank you. Do remember, who pays first will get the preferential treatment.

Transportation can be provided. Call for details.


Wear long/short trousers.

Wear long/short sleeve tops. No sleeveless tops.

Wear hiking shoes/trainers/sandals with good grips under the soles. No slippers on this trek please.

Use a Backpack thereby keeping both hands totally free.

Bring along mosquito repellent.

Bring a change of clothing which will be left in the vehicles.